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Considering the following example in paragraph 3.6.3 (Example of angular rate data for FS=250) of STM's AN4505:

Angular rate values | Register address
                    | 28h | 29h
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100 dps             | A4h | 2Ch

Does anybody can point me out how it comes that 0xA4 | (0x2C << 8) converts to 100 dps? I have already read both AN4505 and part's datasheet, but to my surprise, I couldn't find even a word about how exactly should we understand output register values.

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8.75 mdps/digit
8.75 = 35 >> 2

Is the conversion at range +-250 dps

This datasheet table has an error:
2CA4h =  11428 
C35Ch (should be D35Ch) = -11.428 =  -100 dps -> 8.75 mdps/digit
A6B7h = -22857 
5949h =  22857 
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